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Published: 2017-09-26T19:55-07:00

 



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 11

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 20:55:18 GMT

The NETwork Basic Input Output System (NET-BIOS) was introduced at the same time IBM announced the PC Network in 1984. The network microcode was the foundation for program control of the IBM LANs; it resides in ROM on the Adapter Card, on diskette, or on the PC's motherboard.



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 10

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 00:47:59 GMT

In the past, if we wished to attach some other random LAN to this system, we typically needed a gateway to perform protocol conversion from whatever the LAN was using (assuming that it was not running the same DECnet protocol) to the DECnet protocols.



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 9

Sat, 23 Sep 2017 16:56:29 GMT

In the early 1990s, there seemed to have been some convergence on the use of 802.2 (LLC) and 802.3/802.5 Mac sub-layers as the basic Physical and Data Link Layer technology. Every major manufacturer provided this alternative, and over time it became a common methodology employed.



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 8

Sat, 23 Sep 2017 16:40:06 GMT

In addition to the network architectures mentioned above, other protocol or protocol-like issues were of great importance:



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 7

Wed, 13 Sep 2017 20:14:57 GMT

The fileservers were usually high-performance PCs running under some operating system that allows multiple activities to take place concurrently. Two approaches have been taken by NOS manufacturers:



Jamie Dimon is a Fraud

Tue, 12 Sep 2017 20:48:53 GMT

If Bitcoin is such a fraud, then why are mainstream companies like Dell, Microsoft, and Amazon accepting payments for goods in Bitcoin throughout many regions. It?s Probably because they know that drug dealers and murders need to buy computers, software, and toilet paper too.



UDP: Ports and Demultiplexing Part 2

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 19:22:22 GMT

In addition to the notion of an interaction mode, a UDP implementation provides an interpretation for protocol port demultiplexing. There are two possibilities:



Integrating Sale Territories Data and Processes within Oracle Sales Cloud

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 17:41:30 GMT

In Oracle Sales Cloud, a sales territories resource represents the relevant sales territory for a given user. A territory may be defined separately or in combination by geography, by vertical market, by products sold, by named accounts and any other criteria deemed relevant.



Integrating Product Groups in Oracle Sales Cloud

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 17:25:54 GMT

One of the important ways that products obtain properties in Oracle Sales Cloud is through their assignment to Product Groups. Using the Oracle Sales Cloud REST API your team of integration professionals which includes business analysts, developers and integration architects, can automate business processes using the Product Groups method API.



Integrating Products and Prices in Oracle Sales Cloud

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 17:17:28 GMT

Within the Oracle CX Cloud, the Oracle Sales Cloud includes product definition and product management features available at the administrator, end-user and API level through a products interface.



Integration with Oracle Sales Cloud Forecasts and Sales Orders - Part One: Methods

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 16:44:16 GMT

As discussed in our overview of forecasts and sales orders integration within Oracle Sales Cloud, the REST API provides a number of methods that can be used by your integration professionals to automate business processes. In this article, we look at the specific methods that support Forecasts and Sales Orders automation capabilities for Oracle Sales Cloud.



Integration with Oracle Sales Cloud Forecasts and Sales Orders - Part One: Overview

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 16:40:30 GMT

Forecasts are built from data by territory and are specific to a period of time such as a month, quarter or year. Similar to other CRM systems, a forecast is information related to the likelihood of an order and an order contains the detailed lines, prices (revenue items or items) and terms in the order itself.



Integrating Opportunities in Oracle Sales Cloud - Part Three

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 16:20:27 GMT

Opportunities are among the most complex of all CRM concepts and therefore there are numerous data constructs relevant to their automation. Learning the importance of each method will allow you to coordinate business process automation around Opportunities in an optimal manner.



Integrating Opportunities in Oracle Sales Cloud - Part Two

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 16:19:38 GMT

As discussed in the first part of our discussion on opportunity integration Oracle Sales Cloud, your integration professionals such as business analysts, developers, and integration architects, can manipulate the Oracle API for Opportunities via commonly available middleware, integration tools or manual programming methods.



Integrating Opportunities in Oracle Sales Cloud - Part One

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 16:19:10 GMT

Every CRM system and sales organization deals with Opportunities. In Oracle Sales Cloud, the opportunities resource in the Oracle Sales Cloud REST API lets your developers or business analysts view, create, and update an opportunity.



Integrating Households in Oracle Sales Cloud - Part Two: Details

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 16:18:42 GMT

In our previous discussion of Households data within Oracle Sales Cloud, we provided an overview of the Households concept and what?s possible using the Oracle Sales Cloud REST API. In this article, we will look into the specific methods available for each of the API resources related to Households in Oracle Sales Cloud.



Integrating Households in Oracle Sales Cloud - Part One: Overview

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 15:28:03 GMT

Oracle Sales Cloud?s Household API resource is used to view, create, and update a household. In Oracle Sales Cloud, a Household is a group that has a relationship with either an account or a contact. As in similar systems, a household object includes attributes that are used to store values while creating or updating a household.



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 6

Wed, 30 Aug 2017 23:27:50 GMT

In 1987 it was said, "throughout the 1990s we should anticipate that there will be a growth in 802.3 (Ethernet) and 802.5 (Token Ring) LANs resulting in the capture of a much larger market share." These conclusions were largely based on assumptions, at the time, that growth in the marketplace will come largely in LANs based on international standards.



Vintage Networking Acronyms for your Reference

Mon, 28 Aug 2017 20:40:30 GMT

Hopefully this set of acronyms and terminology will match in and remind readers on a number of different terms and references that we used mostly in the olden days of networking but in some cases are still being used today.



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 5

Mon, 28 Aug 2017 19:53:09 GMT

In general, pipes are software developers' tools for easily creating communications routines in software without having to explicitly control and issue commands to the communications hardware.



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 4

Wed, 23 Aug 2017 10:22:03 GMT

The approaches to integrated networking implemented by Banyan and Novell are difficult to match to the OSI model as well. The architectures presented in this series of posts were changing rapidly during the times that these platforms were in use, so they often differed from what you actually bought in a given product release.



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 3

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 01:19:57 GMT

Even though the earliest LANs were of this genre, by 1989 it appeared that they were on the way out. By 1992, however, new life had been breathed into peer-to-peer networking by both Novell and Microsoft, along with the popularity of Artisoft's LANtastic. We will take a close look at peer-to-peer LANs at a deeper level in some future posts.



The LAN: A History of Network Operating Systems Part 2

Sat, 19 Aug 2017 00:30:23 GMT

Before proceeding further, a brief comment on the use of the terms "proprietary" and "open system" is probably in order.



Swagger Becomes OAS3

Wed, 16 Aug 2017 21:05:17 GMT

The OpenAPI Specification v3 (OAS3) has now become official. As with many things in the industry though, I am sure that people will continue to refer to it as swagger just because we have called it that for so many years now. But this is a much welcome change and update to the specification. APIs have continued to grow in popularity, and with it, the need to document and specify the operations of



The Storied Trail to Swagger 3.0.0

Tue, 08 Aug 2017 22:42:42 GMT

It is now available and in the wild from the Open API Initiative (OAI) which is operating under the wing of the Linux Foundation as an open standard that will be updated and maintained on GitHub going forward. This is a bright moment for the Swagger standard and includes some major overhauls to the specification. Also instead of Swagger, we should now be calling it the OpenAPI Specification (OAS)



The LAN: A History Network Operating Systems Part 1

Mon, 07 Aug 2017 23:44:12 GMT

Under the best of circumstances, the end-user should not even know that a network exists. If he wishes to do something simple, like copy a file from one place to another, it should be possible to use something like the old MS/DOS copy command and simply type: COPY c:mydata.dat p:yourdata.dat.



Integrating Account Data in Oracle Sales Cloud: Part Two: Details

Mon, 31 Jul 2017 22:05:44 GMT

In our previous discussion of account integration with Oracle Sales Cloud, we provided an overview of what?s possible using the Oracle Sales Cloud REST API. In this article, we will look into the specific methods available for each of the API resources related to Accounts in Oracle Sales Cloud. By understanding the available methods, you have a scope of what you can accomplish in terms of automation



Integrating Contacts in Oracle Sales Cloud - Part Two: Detail

Mon, 31 Jul 2017 16:50:30 GMT

In our previous discussion of contact integration with Oracle Sales Cloud, we provided an overview of what?s possible using the Oracle Sales Cloud REST API. In this article, we will look into the specific methods available for each of the API resources related to Contacts in Oracle Sales Cloud. By understanding the available methods, you have a scope of what you can accomplish in terms of automation



Integrating Contacts in Oracle Sales Cloud - Part One: Overview

Mon, 31 Jul 2017 16:49:35 GMT

Oracle Sales Cloud can be used to track relationships with customers, prospects and other individuals. In Oracle Sales Cloud, the primary data describing your customers and prospects are contained as Accounts, Contacts, and Households. These three types of records are interrelated and allow for the end-to-end recording and control of identifying information for your customers and prospects. People



Integrating Account Data in Oracle Sales Cloud: Part One: Overview

Mon, 31 Jul 2017 15:18:54 GMT

As with many CRM systems, Oracle Sales Cloud provides a comprehensive set of records to be managed in the lifetime of a customer relationship. Manually managing all of this data through a user interface screen can result in duplicate data entry, time consuming processes that detract from actual selling time, and inaccuracies due to human error. Whenever possible, enterprises should automate the integration